Three Nuts for Cinderella

Year
1973
Country
  • Czech Republic
  • Germany
Runtime
84min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

A favorite of audiences, Three Nuts for Cinderella, with a screenplay by František Pavlíček, was co-produced by the then German Democratic Republic and Czechoslovakia. The modern treatment, humorous perspective and charming cast enthralled audiences, domestic and abroad. Royal balls, magic hazelnuts and lost slippers are only fragments of the many attributes of this well-loved film which, not for its winter atmosphere alone, has become an emblematic must-see at Christmas time.

Details

  • Original Title
    Tři oříšky pro Popelku
  • Screenplay
    František Pavlíček (pod jménem Bohumily Zelenkové), Václav Vorlíček
  • Cast
    Libuše Šafránková, Pavel Trávníček, Carola Braunbock, Rolf Hoppe, Karin Lesch, Dana Hlaváčová, Jan Libíček, Vítězslav Jandák, Jaroslav Drbohlav...
  • Cinematography
    Josef Illík
  • Editing
    Miroslav Hájek, Barbara Leuschner
  • Music
    Jan Seidel
  • Sound
    František Fabián, Gerhard Ribbeck
  • Runtime
    84 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    1973
  • Country
    • Czech Republic
    • Germany
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Distribution

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